02 Apr Brian Carroll – Week 1 Offseason
I’m not training for anything in particular right now. I just finished competing at the XPC Arnold Finals 3/07 2015 where I totaled 2610@242 and won the overall. I did not achieve ALL of my goals but I’m still happy with the results, not content.
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I’m about ready to get back to training, and a steady diet that does NOT consist of all junk good. Almost ready.
My plan for this spring and summer is to continue to get my BW down, lean up and attack my weak-points and stay healthy. I want to be 255 or less going forward for my pre-contest work, as I don’t want to cut 20lb or more anymore and want to be healthier overall and just feel better. The closer I get to 250, the better I feel.
I will be getting my blood work done in early April and will post the results in my log, so stay tuned for that. With the diet, the cutting and the hard training over the last year, we will both see how healthy/sick I am!
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Mcgill Chins: 15
DB shrug: 3×15
Hammer Curl: 3×15
KB swing: 3×15
One Leg GM: 3×15
DONE – nice and easy.
More of a fluff and buff type training session, boring, but it’s what I’m doing now. I’m going to continue to ease back into a normal program over the next couple of weeks.
Diet is getting better and more consistent. I’ve always binged quite a bit after a meet with bad food and given training the backseat. This time is no different, I just happen to have more eyes on me now.
I’m starting to get the itch to get everything in order as far as training, diet and supplementation. I don’t do any of it until I’m ready to. I even drank a protein shake last night after training!
As always thank you to Chad at Fitmealsjax for all of his support with my nutrition – it makes life so much easier!